MSF reopens its hospital in al-Mocha nearly two weeks after it was set on fire by a Houthi attack
MSF reopens its Al-Mocha facility
The international humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) on Tuesday reopened its hospital in Al-Mocha on Tuesday , nearly two weeks after it was hit by a Houthi attack on the city.
"MSF is now reopening its hospital in Al-Mocha," MSF said in a tweet on its Twitter account.
"The hospital has been out of service for the past two weeks as it has been partially destroyed by an air attack on nearby buildings," it said.
On November 7, the MSF hospital was set on fire after the Houthis rocket attack on the area where the hospital is located, without causing any human casualties.
MSF then announced the suspension of work at the hospital and work on the transfer of patients receiving treatment to other facilities.